India national under-19 cricket team
|Owner||Board of Control for Cricket in India|
|ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup wins||2000, 2008, 2012, 2018|
|U-19 Asia Cup wins||1989, 2003, 2012, 2013-14, 2016, 2018|
The Indian Under-19 cricket team represents the nation of India in cricket at Under-19 level. The team has won four Under-19 World Cups and has the best win percentage in ODIs (77%) among all Under-19 national teams.
Performances at Under-19 World Cups
The team has won the Under-19 World Cup four times and finished runners-up twice. In 2000, they won it under the captaincy of Mohammad Kaif, in 2008, they won it under Virat Kohli's leadership, in 2012 under Unmukt Chand and in 2018 under Prithvi Shaw.
In June 2016, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided that Indian players could only play in one under-19 World Cup tournament, regardless if they still meet the age criteria for another edition.
|1998||South Africa||Squad||Second round|
|2010||New Zealand||Squad||6th place|
- Ayush Badoni (Delhi)
- Sameer Choudhary (Uttar Pradesh)
- Siddharth Desai (Gujarat)
- Ajay Devgaud (Hyderabad)
- Yashasvi Jaiswal (Mumbai)
- Mohit Jangra (Uttar Pradesh)
- Aryan Juyal (Uttar Pradesh)
- Sabir Khan (Bihar)
- Yatin Mangwani (Maharashtra)
- Rajesh Mohanty (Odisha)
- Devdutt Padikkal (Karnataka)
- Akash Pande (Gujarat)
- Yash Rathod (Vidarbha)
- Anuj Rawat (Delhi)
- Pavan Shah (Maharashtra)
- Prabhsimran Singh (Punjab)
- Atharva Taide (Vidarbha)
- Arjun Tendulkar (Mumbai)
- Harsh Tyagi (Delhi)
- Nehal Wadhera (Punjab)
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- Dravid to coach India A, U-19 teams
- "India players barred from playing multiple U-19 World Cups". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 24 June 2016.
- "Arjun Tendulkar named in India U-19 squad for Sri Lanka tour". The Times of India. 7 June 2018. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
- "Pavan Shah to lead India u-19". The Hindu. 28 August 2018. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
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